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Nearly A Half Billion Animals Killed So Far In Australian Bush Fires.

Nearly A Half Billion Animals Killed So Far In Australian Bush Fires.

 

Nearly A Half Billion Animals Killed So Far In Australian Bush Fires.

 

 

 

Wildlife experts estimate that nearly a half-billion animals have died in the bushfires that are currently burning across Australia. Ecologists from the University of Sydney have estimated that roughly 480 million animals have been killed in the fires.

 

 

This figure includes mammals, birds and reptiles, which have been killed directly or indirectly by the fires, according to (The Times).

 

 

Federal environment minister Sussan Ley told ABC that up to 30 percent of the wildlife in New South Wales may have been killed. This estimation is based on the fact that roughly 30 percent of their habitat was destroyed.

 

 

“We’ll know more when the fires have calmed down and a proper assessment can be made,” Ley said.

 

 

Heavy rains last week gave emergency crews a bit of help in some areas, but over 100 fires are still burning across the country. So far, over five million hectares of land have been scorched in the fires, four million of which was in New South Wales.

 

 

Up to 17 people have died in the fires and an incalculable amount of property damage has occurred.

 

 

In addition to the dangers from the fires, air quality across much of Australia has been impacted. In southwest Sydney, air quality has been declared hazardous.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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